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All Saints Academy Finishes First In The County’s “Trim A Tree” Challenge

Wayne Hiller, right, the Lackawanna County Trolley Museum and Facilities Manager, presents a plaque and prize to Andrea Chase of All Saints Academy, who accepted the award for Cathy Mineo.  The school finished in first place in the Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Museum’s “Trim A Tree” Challenge.   Students from area districts were involved in the decorating competition.  The Christmas trees were displayed over the holidays at the museum where visitors judged and voted for their favorite one.

 

St. Mary’s of Mount Carmel Captures Second Place In Tree Decorating Contest

The Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Station & Museum recognized the winners and schools who participated in its “Trim A Tree” Challenge. Students from area districts were involved in the decorating competition.  The Christmas trees were displayed over the holidays at the museum where visitors judged and voted for their favorite one.  St. Mary’s of Mount Carmel, Dunmore, finished second in the contest.  L-r, Kimberly Savak from St. Mary’s and Wayne Hiller, the County’s Trolley Museum and Facilities Manager.

 

Northeast Intermediate Captures Third Place In “Trim A Tree” Event

Roe Robertson, left, of Northeast Intermediate accepts a plaque and prize from Wayne Hiller, the Lackawanna County Trolley Museum and Facilities Manager, for the school’s third place finish in the Electric City Trolley Museum’s “Trim A Tree” Challenge.  Students from area districts were involved in the decorating competition.  The Christmas trees were displayed over the holidays at the museum where visitors judged and voted for their favorite one.

 

Honorable Mention For Our Lady of Peace In County Tree Contest

Our Lady of Peace (OLP), Clarks Summit, won Honorable Mention in the Lackawanna County Electric City Trolley Station & Museum’s inaugural “Trim A Tree” Challenge.  Students from area schools were involved in the competition.  The Christmas trees were displayed over the holidays at the museum where visitors judged and voted for their favorite one.  L-r, Peggy Yanul, OLP; and Wayne Hiller, the County’s Trolley Museum and Facilities Manager.